Submission Deadline: Mar. 20, 2015
Lead Guest Editor
Institute of Game Theory and Applications, Institute of Huaihai Technology,
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Pages: 14-16 Published Online: Jan. 27, 2015
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Based on the lead guest editor’s (LGE) game theory with entropy, the LGE’s monograph will be published in USA in December, 2014. The LGE obtained also other systems which are not deductive subsystems of L-system of boxed pigs. The new systems will be written as a new theory “Non-L deductive subsystems of boxed pigs”. The two theories will be founding achievements of Axiomatic Theory of Boxed Pigs (ATBP). By this academic platform, the LGE hope ATBP will form a new research direction. ATBP uses axiomatic methods to advance the popular story of boxed pigs (or rational pigs), which is a famous example of game theory, to a scientific and rigorous mathematical theory. This new research field belonging to game theory has important applications to political science, economics, management science, environmental science and so on.